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Grandeur of the Seas to Mexico

I sailed the Grandeur of the Seas over New Years' Eve, and one thing I can tell you is that Royal Caribbean certainly knows how to throw a party! The multi storey atrium featured a live band, followed by a disco, and then free champagne after the captain did the midnight count down. Fun times. I could- and did- counter that hangover with a d ...

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Carnival Triumph to Bahamas

Coming in at a hefty 102,000 tons and catering for more than 3,000 passengers, the Carnival Triumph is a very American accented floating theme park, full of good things to do, that just happens to stop in at three or four different Caribbean islands over a week. It's all about frivolity and fun more than refined finesse and, if a lot of noise i ...

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Sovereign of the Seas to Bahamas

When she first emerged in 1988, the Sovereign of the Seas was the biggest purpose built cruise ship in the world; the lead ship of a trio that would change cruising forever. She created a sensational splash at the time and, afterwards, nothing would ever be quite the same. By 2006, she had long since been superseded by larger tonnage and, like h ...

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Thomson Destiny to Mediterranean

Thomson cruises packs a lot into this former Royal Caribbean vessel- mainly people. A minimum of 1400 people inhabit this 38,00 ton ship during her week long cruises, nearly all British passengers, flown in from around the United Kingdom on one of the company's own planes. Thomson Destiny is beautifully styled, with a jaunty, raked bow and t ...

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Voyager of the Seas to Mediterranean

Once the biggest cruise ship in the world, Voyager of the Seas took the cruising world by storm (pun wholly intentional) when she made her commercial debut in 1999. Inside, the benchmark Royal Promenade soars upwards through several storeys, and runs as a ramrod straight boulevard right through the heart of the ship. Crossed by glass floored bri ...

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Star Clipper to Asia

Scupper any notions of a conventional cruise experience on this ship.  The Star Clipper is a full blooded, four mast replica of a classic clipper ship from the 1870's. White hulled and with all of her sails set, the ship is an astonishing, exhilarating sight. She's also prone to a little ocean going rock and roll. Tall, narrow at th ...

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Seven Seas Mariner to Bahamas

Seven Seas Mariner was the first all suite ship to have balconies on every room when she first emerged in 2001. Like the rest of the Regent fleet, she offers completely all inclusive fares that fold in all drinks and shore excursions into the cost. With high quality European service from a superb crew,  Seven Seas Mariner offers a tremendous a ...

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Carnival Elation to South & Central America

I booked this short cruise as an add on to a west coast trip to the USA. Elation is one of the original, nine ship 'Fantasy' class vessels that they company now mostly employs on shorter, three to five day long cruises from both coasts of the USA. To be clear: Carnival Elations lacks the bells and whistles of the newer ships. At 70,000 t ...

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Majesty of the Seas to North America

Once the biggest cruise ship in the world, Majesty of the Seas has a kind of unique, 'layer cake' design; all of the cabins are stacked in the forward part of the ship over several levels, while all of the lounges, public rooms and restaurants are stacked up in a similar style at the stern. The only exception is the outdoor pool deck, wh ...

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Carnival Splendor to North America

Carnival Splendor proved to be a one off build for the Miami based company; the only ship in the fleet never to have a sister ship, though the same design was successfully used later by sister line, Costa Cruises. As such, she remain a novel product within the Carnival portfolio Basically, this ship is a slightly expanded version of the earlier ...

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